Spain

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Danielle Parhizkaran

Spain

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Danielle Parhizkaran

Spain

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Danielle Parhizkaran

Spain

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Danielle Parhizkaran

Spain

West Village
Wonder what Spanish dining was like in the city some 35 years ago? The red-jacketed waiters, tan-vinyl banquettes and irony-free copies of Goyas and El Grecos don’t seem to have changed a bit here. As soon as you’re seated, you get a quartet of appetizers gratis: salty lamb ribs, mussels in vinaigrette, grilled chorizo slices and a no-frills iceberg salad topped with Russian dressing. Paella arrives in a battered gallon-size stewpan; regulars share it for a $2.50 surcharge. Ask for a sauceboat of caramelized-garlic–infused oil, which nudges the paella from good to great.
Venue name: Spain
Contact:
Address: 113 W 13th St
New York
10011-78
Cross street: between Sixth and Seventh Aves
Opening hours: Daily noon–1am
Transport: Subway: F to 14th St
Price: Average main course: $14. Cash only
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